Playtech agrees LeoVegas deal

Mobile casino brand LeoVegas has gone live on the open platform of provider Playtech.

The Playtech Open Platform (POP), which boasts business intelligence capabilities and enhanced bonusing tools, allows licensees one-time integration and access to more than 500 branded games, as well as to a vast library of leading titles from more than 20 third-party suppliers.

LeoVegas is set to launch a host of Playtech-designed games in the coming weeks.

Several other UK and international operators are in the latter stages of finalising similar agreements.

LeoVegas Gaming CEO Johan Styren said: "Integrating the Playtech Open Platform further accelerates our momentum and adds great value to our consumer promise of always delivering the best gaming experience."

Steve Schrier, Playtech VP sales, added: “The last 12 months has been the most successful for POP and news of LeoVegas and further large-scale licensees joining us on the industry’s most dynamic and accessible open platform is great news."

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